New lunch menu. Less choice, an no Vietnam selections. Cuban sandwich was fine. Fries were soggy and cold...
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I had stopped by this restaurant and had enjoyed some of their Vietnamese dishes they offer, which were delicious, and well prepared and priced. A strange combination of menu offerings, offering authentic Vietnamese and authentic Cuban cuisines, but what the heck! This time I enjoyed...More
We always like to try new types of food, we haven't tried Cuban food before (besides cubanos sandwiches). It was quiet, it lacks ambiance. The server was very friendly. The menu is Asian and Cuban, which is an interesting combination. We started with pork salad...More
Went there for the To try the Cuban food. Weird combination of styles but at least the Cuban food was pretty good. I would have loved for a bit more Cuban dishes but having both cuisines I can understand why they can't go crazy with...More
Great place and great food. Lots of Cuban people here when I finally went to this local restaurant. I was not disappointed. Although the menu was limited ( a bonus in my humble opinion) the quality was amazing. Tried the Cuban specials which were superb...More
Don't let the location throw you off. This is a place you can enjoy for the good eats. Very authentic Cuban dishes. Generous portions. Price reasonable too. Would definitely go again.
A fairly new restaurant, at the East end of the city. They serve Cuban & Vietnamese food. We tried the Cuban dishes. I had "Ropa vieja", which is roasted shredded beef. served with "Moros y cristianos" (rice with black beans) & salad. Very tasty, a...More
This restaurant features Vietnamese and Cuban food. So of course when we went we had a mix of both. The appetizers were asian and the meal cuban. Both were delicious and we (there were 3 of us) were pleasantly surprised with this find. We will...More